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. >> eliot: it wasn't mention romney by name steve colbert realizes what all about. >> this will help romney win over undecided voters, especially the most undecided of all, god. >> eliot: joining us now is political satirist and host john fugelsang, thanks for being here. >> nice to be here. >> eliot: is this what it has come for. >> it was the secular humanist who trashed our economy, you know that governor. >> eliot: yes. >> he was the same pastor in texas that ran that empty stadium event with rick perry last year. i prayed that nobody would show up at that event, and it worked. michelle obama tells you to eating habits she is criticized, but this guy is fine telling people to fast. >> eliot: what explains it, then in do think it is going to work? what is the game here? -- why not just kind of brush the whole thing aside, and say okay this didn't work out so well. >> it's about tribalism and who's side has the power, and they would rather have the guy they hate in power who will be a one-term foot rest but have the other guy on the power. it's not really about
who are under assault. i don't know if they're going to lose. everybody from steve king to michele bachmann to alan west, are they really feeling the heat? are they seeing the ground shift under them so they're beginning to think the tea party wave has crested? >> well, look, democrats want to use these figures bachmann, steve king, alan west, because they're huge targets and they raise a ton of money. they say the most incendiary things and they get democrats fired up. now, joe walsh is in trouble. he's got a tough district in northern chicago. and tammy duckworth is a pretty good candidate with a pretty good personal story. i think republicans sort of have a wash that one away. but michele bachmann has raised and spent $16 million during this campaign. more than any house member than the speaker boehner. she's had a huge fund-raising advantage. same thing with alan west down in florida. $10 million. are they targets, good for fund-raising for democrats? but when it comes down to it in the house race
, luckily. ouch. i'm not sure you would have gone in that direction. steve, can you bring back the picture for me? really? this paul ryan picture from back in the day when he was a frat brother? he was a delta delta-delta. i'm not sure that you would sleep with him any way. it's paul ryan,. [ laughing ] i don't know if they went too far, but it was fun any way. thank yo
. what did we learn from all of this? steve is down in little rock, arkansas. thanks for joining us. what do you say? >> caller: thank you bill. i say that i'm a high school baseball umpire. i can't imagine getting a phone call in the middle of the summer and say hey how about working the red sox and yankees. it is just -- the higher up you go in officiating and a lot of people, fans especially don't appreciate what it takes to become an official and the guys in the nfl the nba, the nhl they were also locked out now ironically and major league baseball, they're really the best in the world at what they do. being paid to manage millionaire egos or what amounts to just a little bit of money really. what you compare it to, revenue picture of the nfl -- they do a remarkable job. i'm tickled to see a bunch of those guys come back tonight and the rest of the weekend. >> bill: you're absolutely right. there was -- really, the difference in money was minuscule compared to the billions and billions that these owners make of
. continuing right-wing world. i want to snuggle with this sound bite. steve doocy. >> main stream media is going to talk down romney's chance of winning. they are going to show mr. obama way up in the polls, so republicans go why even bother voting. >> stephanie: there we go again. reporting the actual polls, karl. >> did you assume for a minute that you could use numbers without being accused of being a liberal, and this is what the republicans are doing. for the last couple of weeks it has been, look, the polls are really tight. and for a while they had a point there, the national polls were really tight. but we don't elect our president by the national polls. it is through the electoral college. >> stephanie: yeah. and the other number he apparently didn't want to mention is the fox news poll. which shows obama way ahead. >> that's where things get inconvenient. >> stephanie: yeah. he is at the point where he is approaching double digits in florida, ohio and virginia and the calculus said -- calculus from my right-wing friends is an advanced form of math -- the calc
. >> stephanie: let's go to steve. >> caller: can the koch brothers donate $100 million to an election, and get a tax write-off for it? can you answer that? >> stephanie: can you get a tax write-off -- >> caller: do they get a tax write-off when they contribute all of this money -- >> i'm not sure. i'm not a tax accountant. >> stephanie: and your phone is breaking up. jim in new jersey. hi, jim. >> caller: just for a minute. let's forget about reports that mitt romney is being sued for copyright infringement with his ken doll. >> stephanie: see what you did. >> caller: he would say we need this debate on taxes, we want this debate on taxes and now -- >> stephanie: and so far. >> caller: yeah, now he says i would talk about my plan but i don't want to hurt fox's ratings. >> stephanie: yeah, i don't have time to explain all of the math. that's crazy. [ cuckoo clock chimes ] >> stephanie: now we are having a debate on taxes, and guess what you are losing? neener. that's it for us. hal sparks tomorrow. actress kerry washington, who awesome. joining us tomorrow. we will see you t
. >> stephanie: representative steve king is facing christy vilsack. she is very popular there. how about that [ censor bleep ] mischel bachmann! [ applause ] >> a tight race there. >> stephanie: jim graves looking good. bachmann's fund-raising letters are now starting to sound more desperate. so we'll see. ap editor there wasn't enough time and space to debunk all of bachmann's lies. >> and john has to go? >> stephanie: good-bye john fugelsang. >> happy birthday steph i'll see you tomorrow. >> stephanie: thank you, john. orly taitz next. ♪ used as a major talking point. (vo) the only network with real-time reaction straight from the campaigns and from viewers like you. >>now that's politically direct. ♪ >> announcer: stephanie miller. >> happy b-b-birthday thing from the other world you. >> stephanie: thank you. i'm trying to say hello by our friends at granger. chris you know who is the one getting it done? the ap editor who had to fact-check michele bachmann. he said they would have to limit themselves to a quota of miss statements. he confessed that the sheer volu
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